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Student Meal Pick-Up Starting August 18, 2020

HEB ISD will offer student meal pick-up starting August 18, 2020, for HEB ISD students only.

 

Cost & Payment:

Meal pricing will be according to the student's meal benefits. You must have the student's student ID number to pick up meals.

Credit card payments can be made online at MySchoolBucks.com
We accept cash or check payments on site. If paying with cash, the change will be applied to student's meal account.

Days & Times:

  • 8/18 Breakfast - 7:30am-8:15am
  • 8/18 Lunch - 11:00am-1:00pm
  • After 8/18, meal pick up days will be Tuesdays & Thursdays

Choose from these locations:

  • Bell Manor Elementary
  • Bellaire Elementary
  • Donna Park Elementary
  • Harrison Lane Elementary
  • North Euless Elementary
  • Oakwood Terrace Elementary
  • Shady Brook Elementary
  • Shady Oaks Elementary
  • South Euless Elementary
  • Spring Garden Elementary
  • Stonegate Elementary
  • Trinity High School
  • West Hurst Elementary
  • Wilshire Elementary
  • Centre Point (apartments)
  • Post Oak (apartments)
  • Westdale Hills Community Center


For more information visit our Child Nutrition Department website or call 817-399-2120

 

Student Meal Pick-Up Flyer (information included in article)

Flyer Transcript:

Student Meal Pick-Up

Starting August 18, 2020

Meal pricing according to student’s meal benefits.

Must have student ID number
For HEB ISD Students Only
Check social media and HEBISD.edu/ChildNutrition for more information or call 817-399-2120
8/18 Breakfast-7:30am-8:15am
8/18 Lunch-11:00am-1:00pm


Choose from one of the following locations
Bell Manor
Bellaire
Donna Park
Harrison Lane
North Euless
Oakwood Terrace
Shady Brook
Shady Oaks
South Euless
Spring Garden
Stonegate
Trinity High School
West Hurst
Wilshire
Centre Point
Post Oak
Westdale Hills Community Center


After 8/18 meal pick up days will be Tuesdays & Thursdays
Credit card payments can be made online at MySchoolBucks.com
We accept cash or check payments on site.
If paying with cash, the change will be applied to student's meal account.

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